If you have eternally had complications with your PC opening up or closing down slowly, there’s lots of dissimilar troubleshooting procedures that you can use—today we will talk about how to permit verbose messages.
Facilitating these verbose messages is not going to mysteriously solve your problems, of course—the point is to use this to classify a problem, which you can then solve through other means, mostly by uninstalling a problem application or upgrading a faulty driver.
Enable Verbose Boot Logging for Drivers and Such
Open up msconfig.exe through the Start Menu search or run box, and then head over to the Boot tab. You’ll want to use one of these two settings:
- Boot log: Use this setting to create a text log of all the drivers that are loaded during startup.
- OS boot information: Use this setting to display the drivers on the screen while booting (note that this seems to slow startup a bit)
Once you’ve chosen your settings, click OK and reboot to see the change.